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reporting handbook. this is produced by the f.b.i. we don't have a choice in how we report crime to the state and to the federal government. and so it's important to understand that as we step through that. step through this. so three of the key agencies involved are the california department of justice. that's the state level. the f.b.i. uniform crime reporting, that's the document i just showed you, that's the federal level. and the white house office of management and budget, who is kind of the group that defines how these categories will be established. so if you look at the racial designation by agency, all three of these agencies define race in the the exact same categories, other than the the white house has recently separated native hawaiian or pacific islander. those are two categories. the state, the federal and the white house are consistent across the board in how they define race, and how they require us to report our arrest statistics to them. so this is sort of the most important concept of what i'm about to present. see you'll notice there is no hispanic on this l
experience with the detectives in the city. they don't have anything close to what the fbi has or various other investigative bodies in the united states to hunt down suspects. we know there are 1000 unsolved murders in this city. based on a reading, the new york times, the top chinese automobile co. in china that competes with general motors in china only hires college graduates. i bring that to your attention because with the pay that they are getting today, maybe you can solve a lot of your problems with college graduates instead of people off of the street or out of high school. a lot of your problems are based on a lack of diplomacy and psychology. i know my encounter with policemen were that they could not talk to me in english. they did not want to talk. hey there -- and there was no discussion as they attempted to abuse me and beat me up. one of the gentleman that spoke against hazers from the department of mental health, they are in the process of training not only users of the training them in terms of the art of discussion with the actual suspect. hankie for your time. >> publi
, f.b.i. agent was interviewed on the alex jones show and he said bill ayers would be betrayed by his own familiar friend and that 487 minutes from the beginning of his interview with alex jones, bill ayers, wearing a white vesture and garment would be eating a cheeseburger at mcdonald's and keel over dead and then it happened you would say larry's a profit. but we're not talking about 487 minutes before the big event. we're talking about 487 years. everybody was dead. you know, in the dead sea scrolls they found -- this is three or four centuries before christ, the comments of jews in regards to this prophesy and they shed much light that gabriel never used in the prophesy. they said it was 10 jubilees. gabriel said no, and understand from the command to build and restore jerusalem under the prince there would be seven weeks and three score and two weeks. >> president chiu: thank you very much. any other members of the public that wish to speak in general public comment? seeing none, general public comment is closed. madam clerk, could you call adoption calendar. >> clerk calvillo: 4
and the ethnicity reporting of all 18 ethnicities, what the f.b.i. or doj does with our information, we have no control over. but at least for the city of san francisco, this commission will know the race and ethnicity reporting of all the arrest data. >> yes. so i think we have a little bit of good news here, while i go on with what the chief is saying. so the sheriff system -- they just upgrade recently to a new version of their system and it had both the five ucr races and another category called ethnicity which the chief just talked about so we will be able to get both, we'll be able to satisfy ucr reporting and internal reporting within san francisco for 19 ethnicities at least. there are like 1500 ethnicities in wikipedia. but anyway, there are 19 that the doj, the state, will accept from us. so -- and those are the exact same 19 that are in this system. so there is already a project underway to have the police and the sheriff be on the same system. it's called a single entry booking and we've made some really good progress on this. once that happens, that will take us hugely forward b
, in the buildings, in hotels, down the street, the turning lots of money. i work on the federal level with dea and f.b.i. who is busting a lot harder criminals. if we pull together and work as a team, law enforcement on all levels can crush crime. now, i want everybody to get tough and serious with law enforcement. and you know that's a fact. i want everybody to sink their teeth in, get a big bite out of you crime. i'm going to give you this paper here. i want a sting operation now. not next week, not tomorrow, right now. >> thank you. next speaker. >> trying to get this other person -- video is still up here and i'm trying to play my -- >> you want the computer? >> yes. her thing is still up there. >> it plugged in? turn it off? >> no. you asked me to press the button and i did. >> we'll take the next speaker while you work on that. ms. brown, do you mind? next speaker please. >> good evening, commission. good evening, chief, director. tonight, a report apparently has been submitted by the chief of police to the commission, as regards less lethal options for arming police officers in the city and count
itself. you know, what is our arrest data for san francisco? so if we're looking at cal doj and f.b.i. seems there's a reason why it's not as fully detailed as we like and chief you mentioned we will have some data at the end of this quarter so should we ask -- >> no. in january we can give you the last quarter of 2012. >> so maybe we'll wait 'til january or ask earlier to see the actual data itself because i would like to see what our arrest data is. >> we could give it to you at the end of -- end of october. >> that would be cool. >> end of december probably. >> no. maybe give october for october. >> sure, if we can. >> that would be good. maybe a comparison of before and after any changes have been made or after this department bulletin, so october data and a month before october, to have a comparison of has the reporting changed or has the reporting changed. so maybe end of october, beginning of november? >> uh-huh. >> thank you. >> commissioner loftus. >> commissioner loftus: i just wanted to suggest throughout your process if you identify any obstacles, tej 2345 logical obstacle
fact that most people don't know is that minneapolis, f.b.i. office, came very close to uncovering the plot, but in the opinion of some of us, political interference in d.c. prevented the full plot from being fully known and eventually the full story will be known, even though some agents have been publicly reprimanded for trying to figure out why the plot was not found out in time. but i would hike to thank the minneapolis office. they came very close to uncovering the plot in time, but political interference in d.c. stopped them in my opinion. secondly, we don't have to worry as much about international activities. i would like to say my part to say that another threat in america is public corruption. there are more of us taking part to uncover public corruption. and everybody knows in the room who i'm talking about. and i would like to say that the local press, v, -- tv, radio and print, you have been protecting political corruption way too much. you refuse to follow the stories you ask us about. and you refuse to say anything about the suspects. well i'm warning you once and fo
justice systems, such as mug shots, f.b.i. most wanted, d.m.v. and all that. essentially they are carrying around a district station in their hand. it was a very important step for us. i want to mention arc-tech's contribution. they can do a better job of mobile distribution. by the way, there are many people. i would like to recognize the whole team involved. the project director was leo solomon. he is here today, and he is going to work with the inspector who is responsible for training more than 1,300 officers on the system. [applause] >> thank you. what we are going to show you this morning is a couple of screen shots of the crime data warehouse system which will allow you to see exactly what the officer is going to see either on the street or at their computers they are working on now. so here what you have is the search field which, as you can see here, we can search for anything. description, nicknames, tattoos, partial license plates, hair color and et cetera. this search tab basically functions just like a google type search that you would do at your home computer. when you put in
in dealings with the f.b.i. and other federal law enforcement agencies. through her leadership arock played a central role in bringing arab and muslim community members as well as other communities of color to city hall to support this ordinance and educate us on the experience of arab and muslim communities with law enforcement after 9/11. i am honoring her today as she leaves arock after five years of service as its program director. given that today is september 11, i think it's important to acknowledge the significance of her role, not only as a service prior in this city but as a civil and human rights advocate and organizer working to lift up the voices of the arab and muslim communities, especially during a period of anti-immigrant and anti-arab and muslim skate goating. she has not only organized her community but across communities, building bridges to ensure that san francisco as a sanctuary city continues to protect all of our communities and also speak up for the palestinian refugee population against all human rights -- globally. it is an honor to welcome you to the board chamb
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